Dr. Coulson

Dr. Rebecca Coulson

Assistant Professor



Currently teaching MA205 Multivariable Calculus and MA386 Numerical Analysis.

More information available at my professional website: https://sites.google.com/view/rebeccacoulson

Ongoing Research Projects

Zero-one laws, almost sure theories, and generic theories for amalgamation classes

Ramsey theoretical and topological dynamical properties of homogeneous structures

Neostability theoretic properties of metrically homogeneous graphs

Publications & Presentations


Twists and twistability, submitted. arXiv: https://arxiv.org/abs/1802.00467

The algebra of an age: Metrically homogeneous graphs of generic type, submitted. arXiv: https://arxiv.org/abs/1907.02660

Bipartite metrically homogeneous graphs of diameter 3: Their almost sure theories and their generic theories, preprint

Topological dynamical and Ramsey theoretic properties of metrically homogeneous graphs, in preparation.

Splitting twisted automorphism groups, in preparation.

Visualizing proofs: A diagrammatic approach, in preparation.


Bipartite metrically homogeneous graphs of generic type: Their generic theories and the almost sure theories of their ages, Harvard Logic Seminar, April 2019.

An intersection of Ramsey theory and model theory via combinatorics, Mathematics colloquium, University of Denver, April 2019.

Finite constraint: A combinatorial concept with topological applications, from the viewpoint of a logician, Mathematics colloquium, Montclair State University, March 2019.

Big numbers: From combinatorics to set theory, Discrete math seminar, Yale University, November 2017.